Mon, 30 July 2018
The second in Roberto Rossellini's "War Trilogy", Paisan (1946) is one of the first examples of Italian neorealism. Split into six separate segments (or chapters), each written by a different screenwriter, the film tells the stories of the Italians and Americans in the final days of World War II. Laced with tragic irony as well as bit of comic wit, the film is probably Rossellini's most popular films of the 1940's after Rome Open City (1945).
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